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Leyland Tiger 84-D-6758

While I haven't had a chance to come up with an original identity for this coach I can give some details as to the type of vehicle it is. It is a Leyland Royal Tiger Doyen and being an early example built in 1984 it will almost certainly have a Roe body,some early ones had Leyland bodies both bodies look identical as by this stage the Charles H. Roe factory at Crossgates, Leeds was part of the Leyland empire.

Most of these coaches had their badges stolen during their lives and are now selling for silly money on ebay etc. Yours has most of its badge still in place, the crown is however missing from over the Tiger's head.